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After months of negotiations, it seems likely that the Los Angeles teachers’ union is headed toward a strike in January.

What do you want to know about the looming LA teachers strike?

After months of negotiations, it seems likely that the Los Angeles teachers’ union is headed toward a strike in January.

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A new sheriff in town

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